Aaron Wise - 57 Fitzhamon Embankment


Cardiff, CARDIFF

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Our COVID-19 measures:
We use OTEX Ozone technology on our in house laundry which kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. This technology is often used in hospitals and care home settings for this reason. We also have a JLA OTEX OZONE Sanitiser machine, which we are running after every check-out. This machine kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses also. We are confident that with this equipment, we will be an excellent choice for our guests.


Located on the bank of the River Taff, the Fitzhamon Embankment properties overlook one of the most iconic Welsh landmarks; the Principality Stadium. Whilst admiring the modern architecture of the famous stadium, guests can nestle into the custom designed, and fitted furniture. Expertly chosen, the features of the Fitzhamon Embankment properties are fresh, neutral, and breathe a sense of calm. All rooms in the 150 year old building have been carefully designed to create a home, rather than a space to simply visit.

Aaron Wise - 57 Fitzhamon Embankment
57 Fitzhamon Embankment , Cardiff, CARDIFF, CF11 6AN

About the area

Discover Cardiff

How many cities have both an outstanding castle and a world-class stadium and events arena right in the thick of things? That’s Cardiff – plus great shopping and an array of cool cafés, restaurants and bars. The urban medley creates a modern, buzzing city with a bit of a reputation for its nightlife – come the weekend, this hub of activity is a haven for fun-lovers from the valleys.

Drinking aside, this is a wonderful modern city, but one that’s never far from its roots, evident from the number of statues. It is filled with elegant buildings – a mix of Victorian and Edwardian – the loveliest being the classic Portland stone buildings of the Law Courts, City Hall and the national museum. They make up the civic centre and what is now the university area. The city is also very green, with the biggest open space being Bute Park, which takes you from the castle to the banks of the River Taff. On the riverside, you can catch a waterbus pass the famous Cardiff Arms Park and the Principality Stadium to Cardiff Bay, where the old dockyards have been transformed into a busy, thriving waterfront.

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